San Francisco group gives dance demonstration in Monterey The Monterey County Herald Posted: 05/19/2013 05:07:34 PM PDT Updated: 05/20/2013 11:46:49 AM PDT Click photo to enlarge Bosco Song, center, leads a group in a session of Chinese yuan ji dance… (DAVID ROYAL/The Herald) 1 2 » Bosco Song leads a group in . . . → Read More: Yuan Ji
F.C. Tai Chi Students Perform for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
F.C. Tai Chi Students Perform for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month MAY 20, 2013 12:12 PM0 COMMENTS AND 3 REACTIONS In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Sun & Moon Taiji One was selected to perform for Asia Heritage Foundation’s Fiesta Asia Street . . . → Read More: Playing the PiPa position
The art of Yin Yang Bapanzhang was passed in nineteenth century by Dong Linmeng (Dong Menglin; also called Bi Dengxia) in Henan Province to his three disciples: Xue Yonghe, Li Zhenqing and Dong Hanqing (said to be another name of Dong Haichuan). Li Zhenqing (ab.1830-1900; native of Ba County in Hebei Province) learnt the art . . . → Read More: Yin Yang Bapanzhang
Prima Ballerina recommended Tai ChiPrima Ballerina recommended Tai Chi
Dame Margot Fonteyn de Arias, DBE, was an English ballerina of the 20th century.
She is widely regarded as one of the greatest classical ballet dancers of all time, but
few people knew that she highly recommended learning the art of Tai Chi. She even
. . . → Read More: Prima Ballerina recommended & Harvard Medical School endorses Tai Chi
Slowness And Timing
The slow, continuous, circular, smooth, flowing movements of Tai Chi are conducive for Chi to flow in a very healing way, thus balancing any imbalances, eliminating any blockages, and healing any damage. Also by practising Tai Chi slowly one can enter a meditative state and nurture one’s . . . → Read More: Slowness And Timing
Crookston resident and retired teacher Gaye Wick, 67, stays busy as a theater coordinator and assistant speech coach at Crookston High School, but considers weekly Tai Chi at RiverView Health to be her true time to relax.
“I feel that the . . . → Read More: Crookston Tai Chi class gains popularity among seniors
The Obstacles in our Path In ancient times, a King had a boulder placed on a roadway. Then he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would remove the huge rock. Some of the king’s wealthiest merchants and courtiers came by and simply walked around it. Many loudly blamed the King for not keeping the roads clear, but none . . . → Read More: The Obstacles in our Path - a Tai Chi story
Wanna Learn How to Touch your Toes? Posted on January 31, 2010 by Exercise Progression
I have been inflexible my entire life, until now. And I have a great secret to share with you. It only takes 10-15 minutes a day of consistent stretching to see MAJOR RESULTS. After less than a . . . → Read More: Wanna Learn How to Touch your Toes?
How to Touch Your Toes While Sitting
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For some people, the ability to touch their toes is a sign of fitness and overall flexibility. Although it’s true that it does get easier to . . . → Read More: How to touch your toes.